Meanwhile, over in Motril, a man allegedly shot his own brother, who is now in the Intensive Care Unit in Motril where his condition is described as ‘serious.’
After see what happened, further down in the coast in Calahona, the Motril Town Hall is eyeing nervously three of its own ramblas that have not been cleared out of choking vegetation.
The work on the Rambla de las Brujas, which is the one that runs alongside Al Campo down to the port, will begin this month.
If you are still dithering around wondering where to go for a festive treat, well get your hungry bodies down to Brujas Bar in La Herradura! The Witches are putting on a special Xmas menu for just €12.50.
Halloween was celebrated, as every year, at Las Brujas, and the evening was a complete success!
Brujas is the Spanish word for witches, and when you enter the bar, you realize why! Ana and Auxi, who run this fantastic place, take their witching very seriously. The whole bar is decked out with dolls and pictures of witches and ‘witchy’ paraphernalia; it’s almost like Halloween’s every day!
Brilliant tapas and rations of delicious, freshly prepared Spanish food make this one of my favourite places to hang out. The girls are really good fun, and mock me mercilessly, which I have to admit, is fully deserved.